REBO heavy weight terminal

Heavy weight terminal

REBO is a unique terminal with direct access to open sea. Perfectly equipped for:

  • project cargo
  • offshore construction
  • decommissioning of wind turbines
  • heavy weight constructions


REBO terminal Port Oostende

Available infrastructure

  • Heavy weight terminal up to 20 t/m²
  • 800 m adapted heavy weight quay
  • Reinforced seabed in front of the quay
  • 15 hectares of reinforced gravel & paved area
  • Ready-to-use surfaces over 10 tons/m² for storage
  • (Un)loading goods on LOLO and RORO base
  • RORO pontoon up to 650 tons

Top connection

  • Direct access to open sea
  • Priority for installation & crane vessels
  • Direct connection to highway & railway
  • Airport at 7 kms, no aircraft restrictions
  • Waterway connection to inland waters
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Warehouse of 6 900 m²

REBO operates a warehouse of 6 900 m² under its own management.

DecomWind platform for decommissioning

Port Oostende and REBO nv created the platform DecomWind to bring together those partners, who are willing to share knowledge, competences and experiences to handle the decommissioning of end-of-life wind turbines, both onshore and offshore.

DecomWind decommissioning


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Offshore installation

The REBO heavy weight terminal is known as a base of operations for the construction of various wind farms at sea. Wind turbine components are brought to the terminal from all over the world, assembled and then they leave for installation at sea.

Port Oostende jobs tewerkstelling crew transfer vessel

Offshore maintenance

The 399 wind turbines, installed in the Belgian part of the North Sea, are continuously monitored and maintained. A cluster of around sixty companies carries out these works. Employment for +/- 600 full-time workers. This business cluster is located up and around the REBO heavy weight terminal

Port Oostende Rotra Mare Blue Economy decommissioning

Decommissioning offshore wind turbines

Wind turbines are replaced by larger and more efficient turbines after a life cycle of about 20 years.  Port Oostende has all the accommodation and knowledge to facilitate decommissioning projects. The REBO heavy weight terminal is equipped to handle such installations.

Port Oostende project cargo offshore high voltage station

Project cargo

Anything large and heavy can enter Port Oostende. There are several terminals available for project cargo. The  REBO heavy weight terminal has a load capacity of 20 t/m².